Afghanistan evacuee feels "stuck" in London hotel room

  • Afghanistan evacuee feels "stuck" in London hotel room

     

     

    A British man evacuated from Afghanistan with his family said he feels "stuck" in his London hotel while he waits for news of permanent accommodation.

     

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    Abdul and Fatima, whose names have been changed, fled to the UK after the Taliban captured Kabul in August.

     

    Abdul said refugees in the hotel would be happier in a flat, and it would offer more value to the taxpayer.

     

    The Home Office has been contacted for comment.

     

    Abdul, a 26-year-old medical student who was born in Afghanistan, and his wife have been staying at Hilton London Metropole in Edgware Road, central London, since September.

     

    He said: "If you look at the [hotel] website, it costs more than £100 per night, so that will add up to possibly £5,000 or £6,000 per month.

     

    "If the government had provided us with a flat for example, then it would have been good for the taxpayer as well - £500 or £600 [per month]."